Former FCC Chairman Wants The Redskins To Change Their Name [THE BRIEF]

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Former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt thinks that the Washington Redskins needs to change their name. He wants owner Dan Snyder “to change the archaic and racially stereotyped name of the Washington XXXskins (used instead of spelling out ‘Redskins’) football team.” 

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